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  • Oct 12th, 2004 1:36 pm
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Deal Addict
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Oct 30, 2003
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Because of societal norms. Heck if I was hungry enough, I'd eat a pigs a$$hole if it was spiced right, never mind a lobster or a dog. :evil:
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Jan 8, 2003
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the beauty and survival of mankind has been that we can eat 'anything' if we wanted to

if we were all vegans and animal activists, we'd be dead a long time ago, and the animals we protected would be eating us

save the human race, eat anything and everything that moves!
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Jul 18, 2003
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Before roasting the puppy, remember to starve it for a few days or their fecal matter spraying everywhere could ruin the nice dinner.

Also good knowledge to cut it's belly open and remove guts that don't taste so good. Some stuffings (ala Turkey style) helps too. Finally, opened puppy cooks more evenly.

Lobsters need to be starved too but they usually are when you buy it from the store.
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Jun 25, 2001
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Kitchener, ON
To get this totally on the right track.

I remember reading somewhere that boiling a lobster was one of the most human ways to kill it, if you have boiling water they die almost instantly when they go in the water. I remember hearing that you can also poke its brain with a hot needle or something like that.

Either way, I dont have the heart to boil a lobster, I still feel its inhuman, but I will still eat it. (Cant let the suffering go to waste)
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Côte Saint-Luc
not much .. .that is of course if you have a pet lobster!
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